good people and long hours
Good holiday entitlement and working round working parents.
Aldi provides benefits through perksatwork.com which offers discounts on cinema tickets to holidays and cars.
They pay well compared with other retailers, but that is pretty much it. They certainly make you work for it! In my store, there were single mothers on 25 hour contracts being forced (yes, forced) to work 40+ hours a week because the store manager wasn't able to use her rota correctly. Also, rota changes were often DAILY, with little or often NO notice (lost count of how many times I was called on my day off because the rota had been changed the day previous and no one thought to communicate that to me)
ALDI offers some benefits such as two for one cinema tickets a cycle to work scheme and a free joining fee at selected gyms
Great pay, rising every year 5 week's holiday per year plus 8 bank holidays. Private health insurance.
you get nothing no actual benefits at all
They offer no discount, however you are payed well over minimum wage. so this is better. Equal opportunities, I was 17 when I joined, and I was on the same wage as everybody else despite my age. There is a website that offers exclusive offers on lots of companies, day trips, and gym memberships for Aldi employees. 28 Days annual leave despite only on a 10 hour contract.
fortnightly pay, good pay, full pay for sick pay, flexible hours around your life
Aldi benefits has lots of perks such as the cycle to work scheme, reduced price train tickets, money off getting your car washed and much more.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.